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Upcoming Events Near Almaden Valley

Here are some things of interest in and around the Almaden Valley community

Posted on January 31, 2013 by Joey.


Besides settling down to watch the 49ers in the Super Bowl this weekend, here are some other upcoming events around the Almaden Valley community.

1. Leland Bridge Night, February 2
Leland High School’s largest fundraiser of the year, the Leland Bridge Night, will be this Saturday from 5-8pm in their cafeteria. You can celebrate Chinese New Year with good food, live performances, and a raffle to win an iPad Mini! Tickets are $30/person and will support your local school. For more information, contact Ken Leung at chief@lelandbridge.org or look at their website at www.lelandbridge.org.

2. Simonds Elementary Science Fair, February 6 and 8
Check out some of our brightest young children in Almaden strut their stuff in the annual Science Fair at Simonds. On February 6 from 6:30-7:30pm, K-1st grade will display their demonstrations in the Simonds cafeteria. On February 8 from 7-8pm, the 2nd to 5th graders will show their exhibits in the Almaden Valley Community Center. Find more information at http://sjusd.org/simonds/community/science-fair/.

3. Leigh High School Crab Feed, February 2
Enjoy all-you-can-eat crab for $45/person at the annual crab feed at Leigh at 6pm. There will be live entertainment, prize drawings, a silent auction, and more to benefit the high school’s performing arts program. It will be in the Leigh cafeteria starting at 6pm. To find more information, check out their website at www.papacrabfeed.com.

4. St. Christopher’s Annual Antique Show, February 1-3
If you’ve never been to the St. Christopher’s Annual Antique Show in nearby Willow Glen, you’re really missing out! Forty years of success must mean something! It has continuously evolved, too. It first started out as, naturally, an antique show where you can find collectibles. The food available grew from sandwiches to hot meals and barbecue dinners. Now it’s virtually a full-on restaurant with themes. This year the theme is “A Passport to Paris” with chicken cordon bleu, beef bourguignon, baguettes, and a French dessert. It is at 2278 Booksin Ave. from 11am-8pm on Friday/Saturday and 10am-2pm on Sunday. For more information, look to their website at http://stchrisantiqueshow.com/.

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